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Should voters in the UK have a final vote on the Brexit deal?
A vote would not help to reach any practical outcomes, making it pointless.
A second referendum would not help the government to reach the right decision.
A 'No' vote on a Brexit deal would lead to a standstill in which the agreement would have to be continuously renegotiated.
By the time a second referendum could realistically be held, some significant part of the real-world impact would already have happened.
A practical outcome would easily be reached. If remain wins in a second referendum then the UK has a legal right (recognised by the EU) simply to remain in the EU as it never legally left.
It has since been
the notification and
remain in the EU
without the consent of
EC or remaining 27 EU nations
anytime before it leaves
Forcing the government to provide the public with an alternate course of action that they can implement without recourse to the EU would give them the leeway to negotiate more effectively with the EU.